RENEE Hunt is the latest Sconeite to join the Wellbeing Superspreader team, helping the Where There’s A Will Foundation (WTAW) achieve widespread positive wellbeing in town.
Renne joins the nine other Wellbeing Superspreaders who will be unleashed in Scone on February 1, asking their friends, family and work colleagues to monitor for symptoms such as greater happiness, improved physical health, better relationships less stress and improves coping within workplaces.
Born and bred in Scone, Renee could be considered one of the funniest people in town. Spend five minutes with her and she’ll have you in stitches.
Through her family or her work with Warburtons Real estate, she pretty much knows everyone.
Renee’s husband Brendan works at Mount Arthur and the pair are amongst the first to roll up their sleeves to help out at Scone Pre-School, Scone Thoroughbreds and Scone Public, or wherever else their sons Will, George and Fred might be.
When summer weekends come around, the Hunt family will load up their skiis and make the most of Glenbawn’s offerings.
This month, Renee will be trained by a certified Wellbeing Coach, so make sure to ask her how she’s helping spread good mental health all over Scone.
Locals can also follow the Superspreader social media accounts on Facebook and Instagram to see regular updates showcasing steps Renee and the other Superspreaders are taking to achieve positive wellbeing.
Stay tuned for tomorrows announcement on who “The Big Unit” is!
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